Rutgers got a little too creative with its latest social media recruiting pitch (AP) Rutgers hasn’t made the NCAA tournament in a quarter century, hasn’t produced a winning season in a decade and hasn’t landed a player in the NBA since little-known Hamady
Oregon pulled in a former highly-touted recruit via transfer on Wednesday as Paul White committed to the Ducks. Spending his first two seasons at Georgetown, White battled injury problems as he only registered 67 total minutes last season during his sophomore year. Oregon has had a lot of success with transfers under head coach Dana Altman, but it will be interesting to see how White looks when he’s able to play.
In this day and age, if you make a mistake on your Twitter, everybody and their mother is going to see it. Such was the case on Wednesday when Rutgers let loose a Twitter brag which said that Ray Allen, Rip Hamilton and Shabazz Napier -- all of whom played at UConn while current Rutgers associate head coach Karl Hobbs was an assistant there -- had combined to earn $1.1 billion in NBA earnings. (New Rutgers head coach Steve Pikiell also played at UConn.) ESPN's Dana O'Neil and Deadspin were quick to jump on it, with O'Neil pointing out that by the transitive theory, SMU could've claimed ties to Allen Iverson and Danny Manning when Larry Brown coached there, and that Tennessee could now claim ties